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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - June 22, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas LAWYERS IN THE OPINIONS OF FIFTY M totofi HUTCHINSON Opinions of Leading Kansas Lawyers on Needed Temperance fsf ceded Temperance M Sanas SUNDAY JUNE tie Maroons Original Pactaie Decisions of ike The Convention at Topeka Next Month Will be an Outpouring of ho nco kcs rat tat i Every Church and Temperance Organization in the State Will be President Troutman Issues a Formal Call For the WleetingThe People Everywhere are and Arranging to Clear Exposition of the Situation by Ady and J ust the us show tbe outlaws of Missouri that we want none of their vile stuff shipped into Kansas to corrupt and debauch our Flnney county will be on June urclty is cursed with original package she will be on band at Topeka on the In fact tha original package ouse will serve aa stimulus and urge many to go who otherwiae would not ave paid any attention to suohameet Silina will charter a car for the im re mada co can or ex 10 to 11 WttlT UAPOFTH1 Juno Unce tho announcement Thursday that mass convention would be called CD he 10th of July there has been consider ble talk about it In this So fai verybody in favor of it except the rhlsky and resubmissioii Re They denounce It as a fool ieoe of but everybody else Is r it Bald a member of tbe su reme court to day I regard the mass eeting scheme as a good Right ow Kansas is the focal point of the if Jilted Her known radical views m emperance and recognized courage opposing all Interference with her af feivits makes it incumbent for her to lead la I expect to see the To eka meeting the biggest and moat en usiastlc meeting ever held in President Troutman said We are tearing from all over and the and is becoming I am that U will be biggest conven Topeka ever Bernard the old wheel of prohtbltlonsaid It will be the day Kansas ever editor of the Oapiial pd We will leave no stone nsas must speak and when she speaks lupreue courts and congressmen June lauing up of the original package house fre baa sharpened tbe appetites of our Izens for the mass meeting at the sentiment grows all over the state E baa here the past week Topeka wil ft aold half the people who will attend meeting should ba made to doval service in June iperance people of this city of what politics are enthusiastic over tbe iltlonfor a temperance mass meet at and all hailed with dellgh announcement in Thursdays NEWI such a meeting had been called llg delegation will go from Blotri JOB KASSAB TkAINS June Ho Missouri whisky In We ht flflht once before and ou to gght it Indignation tings have been held every night fo iek and our delegation will go tc ika the Idth determined to June nnouncement in the NKWS Thun t President Troutman bad calle i was hailed with de It is Just what we Le t be spared to make it the June i of peace and prosperity I In return to saloons and drunk Burllngsmo u prohibitlo 1 and will send a atron Gauge city OSAUE June country baa been excited since udge Oildwells decision was an The saloon shall not return to The mass meeting the 111 give the status of Kansas on the quor The original package must Groat GREAT June his Is called a resubmlsslon but when the Barton county delegation to Topeka on the 16 th gets in there may be change in the minds of It will lo great Let Kansas speak In no uncertain June Missouri law breakers will soon run to tbe end of the Law and order must prevail in tbe Delegates will appointed for the mass meeting in Topeka on the and Coffey county will be well JUNCTION June We downed the saloon ten years and we can down it The war cry will be sounded at the mags meeting In Topeka three Delegates should be appointed and reported A 1 friends of the cause will be wel whether accredited delegates or Special railroad rates and other de tails will be announced Bon The original package decision holds In effect that intoxicating In origi nal ure articles of as completely as a box of dry goods or t bale of and that the states no power to regulate or re s rain the importation or sale of such an original pjckage br a citizen ot anotber atattt witbout tbe consent of That the consent of congress baa never Men baa congress made any regulation which it is to be presumed thai congress intends that interstate commerce shall not be That It la That all state laws that seem to regulate or reetraln the impor wtiou and aale of liquor in original pack ageaare vild and o no Judge declalon la the logi cal extension and application of thia doc trme to the aale of liquors In original packagea in this atatn It establishes tbe I the Federal courts have the power to draw to themselves and to all cases in which this case It In and to protect persons engaged in the sale of liquor In original packages Irom prosecution in the slate liquors of any kind and in any izreat or may be aent into thia state by any n m resident and sold by an agent In this state in the form in which they left the hands ot the It was stated by Judge weil at tbe that tbe purchaser might i onsume the liquors on the prem or wherever he Of sales in original bt ng uuurftly free Irom all suu may be made to common Idiots and insane fact to anybody wbo could lawfully buy butter or And it also follows that sales may be made at any place or tliae that the vender sees fit to A package houae may beopened close by the church or church the school the fair court house or and there liqubrt may be at all ou election any time and no coure or police officer has any power to limit or punish Any oioer business may be regulated and most of them subjected to an occu pation this alone has absolute Im It Is to be tree lutely and perfectly than the sale of ice or Mo local power can touch it or aay it It is generally supposed that the Wil son if it both and re ceives the sanction ot the will close the breach and that local iaws on our statute will attach M thit Not The supreme court decides that the state 1 tws now in force have no applica tion tu the subject of liquors imported and aold In oiiginal It nut a crime now to make such sales witbiii our Will it be tomorrow it the Wilaon bill becomes a law Congress Uaa no power to make any act done in Kansas a crime our state And oongreas doea not attempt to do The Wliron bill is simply an enabling It pr poses to power to the states to regulate this branch of inter state commerce if they It woulu De a singular act ft congress that would put in to effect a license luwla local option In Pennsylvania and straight prohibition in Alter the Wilson FREE COINAGE How Senator Plumb Secured a Triumph For Will to The Tote In the Senate a Surprise o the Most Sanguine Silver correa pouoeniu the tuesii let them take a look In the United Bbttia aei a he greatest legislative on He has heaneleoteU president ol that body and finally Ua p rminxn no uuuut CjLforred un no r and one which him naming further to wish pputioilly but prem dercy of tho United One w ud blak to rend iha flmgaat his ambicio Joy of the Went for Ihtre May be tho oro if It pMsaea the of ctia Cooffresiimfla PlBca ou Sen ator Orlfflnal In June Plumb at Kansas who skimmed the cream of free coinage victory with his little silver The vote la the senate surprised even the most sanguine silver and as expected hai pre lented the bouse with several undesira ble However jubilant the west is to day Joy any be tempered to morrow should the bill go to Is de any aatiafactlou in it were tvMence of evil propensities and brilliant ihattne winning diatiactioa and for tVe admire him aa a June will get out our roosters for the for the mass meeting at Topeka the 16th will mean victory for lair and Manhattan will send a strong Troiitinani June President of the State Temperance issued today the for a state convention the friends of prohibition Since the very successful annual meet ing of the Bute Temperance Union in the original package infamy has in vaded and desecrated our The perfidy of the foe that confronts us awakens an intense The people of the state demand at other great convention for the bill pauses the sale of liquor in original packages will still continue to be inter state The court sayo inter state commerce is free and the tion that congress and the states intend that it shall be will continue until them is a direct act on the All state laws en that subject now are no they are dead the Wilson bill will not infuse new life into It follows then that we have free whisky in Kansas and will continue to have it until two things first un til congress gives our state power to reg ulate tula branch of interstate commerce and second until we do regulate TUB as it confronts the peo ple of this country is shocking to all Rood 1 ht re is not a state in this but built up some ton of sys tem of either to prevent or regulate the sale of intoxicating la the states that do not we usually find laws to prevent sales to habitutl and Insane and fixing certain hours for opening and for preventing sales on hollHays and election and prevent ing aales within certain distances of fair camp meetlngsand rquirirjg the seller to pay some revenue to the municipality In which he doea business and requiring to in demnify persons wno shall be injured in their property or means of sup port on account of such But al these systems fall before the packa He may sell without let or hin No place is too no hour too hallowed for the vending of his wares sired by a few administration II the remarkable victory for free coinage in the senate if Indorsed by the as it probably the relations of the administration to the Republican party becomes the question the U is now fully understood that the WallstreetWindom voices the wishes of the More than he said to Senator Fuller that a sil ver bill supported by Democratic votes receive his This unmlrtak ible and in viow of the aitna tiou full of unpleasant Should the WallatreetWindemHar rison bill be defeated and the free coin ige passed by the as it was in the with Democratic a veto may be This means antago nism between the president and his granting that he should recon jider and accede to the it foreshad ows a reorganization of The unpleasant possibilities ate as yet con fined to the committee rooms or cautious ly discussed in the but the logical outcome of Wlndoms defeat is read by him who BESATOH Senatorial ethics are diametrically op posed to the theory ol One of the most exasperating situations ID which the newspaper correspondent finds him 01 is that of obtaining a breezy and being ad oioninhed on its conclusion either net to print or to use no This is especially true where theinterview re lates to a hie position in the senate or his relations at or suggests the effect of such statements on his possible Senators and freely to newspaper people lur the simply reason that the ethics of J nrnaliam torbid the use of any mattei not It was the easiest thing imaginable to draw out these gen ciemen on Che Ingalls question and the do nothing charge made by certain Kansas But the haunt Ing question in every congressmans effect will this have on Him cropped out at the end of every in terview on the You may quote what I but do not use my While this sort of report has its unsitls factory the force of the opinion it contains is not materially weakened I would Ilka to write my opinion of Ingalls and publish It over my own Big said one of the oldest men in toe but U would never Said an eastern senator If Kansas wants to be advertised six days out of every congressional week she will keep Ingalls in the it there U any such dissatisfaction as alleged it will be easy enough to put some com monplace fellow In who will never be heard of except through the seeda he may send out from the agricultural de If Ingalls has ceased to represent San sea his defeat will be a credit to but we do nut believe in bli tie has done more tu ferment duounluul in the south and to encourage auuigun ism between the two sections than any man in said a southern member of the Tnls q lestl m ui What has Ingalls ever said a western reminds me of an inci dent of the last Chicago A big wild eyed a liUine alternate iraiu a weateta state B haranguing a street group on the un upproacbable meritH of Jamvs U B aiue tie had it pretty much hlsuwn way until a needy tanking Democrat Intorrupteu nlm What did your Jim Blaliie do The paying no atten proceeded wiih his argument only to be ytlled down with What did your Jim Blalne do Bop your sky rockets and tell us what Jim Blalne ever did The a ready politician and possessor of average data on public men and was Eicept the gluteriiig facts that Blaine nad represented his state for twenty had achieved worldwide fame and was the idol of a nation he could not Justify himtelf in hla he cotid not recall or name in order the specific deeds that made Blaine what he was The would be champion was silenced and slunk away to secure some notes from the record for future Accidents do not obaln In this country for eighteen or twenty where ti e people have a whack at a man every t Viva a r three or tour j In fnen Ingalls is an good a hater ai He never strikes below as he Is a the belt and he takes bis medicine without mak ing how tae Chicago bred man expressed This sort of Information can be ob talced at any Everybody has an opinion about His Individuality forces attention and provokes criticism and The men who attack him from bidden of tbe country ith pride meet the do nothing Kansan In tbe senate corridor and be publicly favored with a hand shake and ing ever to tbe offending said smoking on tbe house fl To which the gentleman with a memory as cheerfully replied are no I to that t I am smok ing under parliamentary m al spaper office would expand with l directions were they to me ge d Purpose of again declaring their yalcy to to urge congres sional action and to rtavlae whatever means may be necessary to resist any and all encroachment upon Kansas soil by the curse of low degrees who attempt to sell liquor to our yielding to the importunities of the neople the State Temperance Union deilgnates July 16 the date for such a convention to ataemblo at basis of the representation will be as follows Eioh county shall be en titled to one delegate at large for every thousand of appointed in any manner that may find most Every Sunday temperance society and other or court you can appeal for redness If in civil or lluw from this Alans second estate is worse than his It la almost that the American people should have gone on legislating on this subject for a cen and that it was reserved for the su preme court of this day to render a de cision affecting so as this all they have But neither the singularity of the doctrine nor the mag nitude of evil in any way Impair its validity and force as The remedy Is happily with the It is neces sary to the well being of all systems in all states that congress shall promptly adopt the principle of the and it is necessary that we in Kaasiu ragulate this branch of interstate com merce by prohibiting the importation and sale of liquor iu original pack THE The census enumeration in progress here Is as with persist once on one prevarication on tbe other and dlssatisfation all Tbe opposition to what has been termed tbe governments Is quiet but The enumerators are under the people are Very few per sons are foolish enough to refuse answers to questions which are put in the name ot the but the truthfulness of sujh answers depends largely upon the con science of the Individuals concerned Certain it is that Washington will show a remarkable certificate of tVomen bloated with dropsy and emacia ted by consumption will look the enum erator equarely in the eye and deny the disease as calmly as they would their The questioner being a medical nor authorize to diagnose and render profes sional have nothing to do but record the statements The gov ernmental departments are not to be vis this can not fall of slipshod results in the district There are nearly twenty thousand at the employed these most whom live In boardln An enumerator will call at a perhaps twenty per He will OFFICES FOR Superintendent of Census Porter has suggested to Senator Pjumb that the manufacturing statistics be taken of thirty principal Kansas Thia will be done by grouping these cities into four each of which will be un der a appointed from tbe The senator is favorable to the He does not anticipate any difficulty in se curing candidttes for the our now offices to tbe Tllffi Tbe supreme court free rum decision was A aaoraeiaag and vhe recent original package decisions are cropping out as blessings la They have all hastened tbe cause of temperance at d and will result in a reversal of the insuit o state and better enforced license and prohibitory laws in such states as have adopted such The unconstitutionality of delegating its abrogating rights and surren daring dignity IB not going to bother the Fifty There seems to be but one opinion upon the outrage perpetrated upon the and that is to give back tbe keys of their owe doors to the after which the supreme court may falter as long as it likes over the unconstitutional phase of so right eous an Silver disposed the Wilson bill will pass the house within a few Blackburn of is in the He has made application to the commissioner of on a most remarkable It is a sort ot purcp to be used either in the country or aa an attachment to city water who declares that this pump of the future will throw a three stream 800 yet acknowledges that his principle is so simple that he is ashamed to explain Capt Fountain of Hill Graham is here to that he la waiting tor his appointment to the capi tal police Mitchell ot Queda Springs la doing the capital for pleasure Tbeaicentof the mercury is driving people from the The families of the have gone or are preparing for Tbe members of the Kansas delegation will soon be left alone with legislation at 90 or and daughter already returned to Plumb will leave for Ohio in a few while Hiss Ruth will return to their and Hits with Hnser who came on alone from Leaveoworth last are preparing to go to A little later they will select snmereaorton the Massachusetts where In cnm Dsny with the family of Judge they will spend the Pe by the ID her hunbanda most efficient has returned to She will spend the greater portion ef the summer at Queda and Parkins will continue housekeeping until July Then Perkins and the three children will re turn to their Kansin hotia far IN Speaker Reference the Silver BU A Log Wrangle Over the In Which Numerous Members from landlady FLOKENOK If with any man shall dlsa my view that fresh leg ulaUoa Is necessary let me ask it prove to a moral certainty that I am wrong about If not then he must admit there a question which can only be aettled in one of tbe two viz Go to work and elect a legislature that will suely enact a regulation when con gress us the power to do to orsnal we let thia which is certain In any view the pus by and take our that the supreme court of United States will hold when tbe tinn ratcbeithat It ultimately that the Wilson bill the now In applicable to lu terstote Very This was based on the charge made by socalled Independent papers that Ingalls did not represent his That he did nothing for Kansas and was ambitious only for A member whose years of service in the house have acquainted him with the status of every member of the senate said if Ingalls baa done nothing for Eanaas then the extent to whiuh he has fooled the people at large argues for them so little common sense that be is entitled to supremacy and justified in his It la well they attack Ingslls on what he has not The records wll show what be has and there will be found in them no luke warm faltering trickery or foolish methods of dealing with the Interests of his What hai Ingslla done said a north west who sits within chatting distance of the for that matter what has Blaine ever done what Jld Grant or Conkllng or any other con spicuous figure in history ever do No one man fights or wins a battle no one senator ever passed u bill any more than one man ever accomplishes a great moral Ingalls greatneis lies in the Intensity of his convictions and the bril llancy with which he urges them upon the If the Kansas Republicans are going to forget what Ingalla has re marked an ex it might not be a bad thing for them to go back and where be stooit on ques tions at universal Intelligent restriction ot criminal and de graded A glance at the records will snow Mm yean ago aa the advocate of free coinage of and his present position on the question of and cheap transporta soldiers free lumber and nn honest mark him as foremost among partisan Not a measure ever formulttna by bii own party failed of his unqualified and unmoisured sup Incala is not ony feared by Pemo oraM m but he Is the bate noir of national The cry againut him comes from the same oM Democratic whether It a Alli ance skin or that ol a laborer or an in It the people want to know of these persons with whatever unreliable infor they may and the matter the two cents a name is thus Three cento additional are paid for hunting up a war not enough to pay for the trouble declare the census theseagents doing a fashionable portion of Massa chusetts relates the following incident as occurring at the home of a wellknown congressman The mother of M a very sprightly old as a member of the and when the age question was reached answered without hesitation The distinguished son enter ing a moment later cheerfully responded to the same with Hows said the man of If your mother is fit you are not Never mind about yon tak take the answers they are spoke up the old But persisted the enumer this is absurd you must fix Either your age or your sons must be take It off the snapped the as she sailed out of the room with a highly offended 8FEAKB11 How about smoking on the house drinking In the and hucksters in the Speaker Reed looked up slowly from his desk and spoke with solemnity not borne out by the twinkle In his eye far as I answered the other man from the drinking at the bar is Of course I cannot mcke positive sUtemeoU I never go down there but f you will to get a drink at the bar or order one at a table unless yoni1 order includes a lunch as There will trouble about smoking on the and a to pie wands and bar they will be cleaned out about July VNotWngwlll encumber and dUflgurethe house wing except the in the or the cor airy hall alloted to will iged at ir tells a good Joke on tbe speaker which occurred a few days after be bad requested that amoklrg OB the AMD OBOTNiL A MMtlnc of Oltlioua to ProtMt Affclmt Liquor June was childrens day at the aiaembly and every department was a pronounced Over children joined in the proces Reed of Kansas Kennedy of Hurlhutof New entertained them with music and mu sic by the tUga and banners prevailed Tbe crowd was very the weather glori tbe visitors and people To morrow the gates will be closed to No exercises will be except for those who are tented on tbe Monday opens The colored lectures at 9 ocl and Miller of Kansas in the Thiire are other special Five hundred representative citizens met in the court room today to hear re ports from the committees on the original package Thay sent and brought Pat tbe agent of Uelman Kansas They told him of the meeting attended by their resolutions and the extreme difll culty be would have In forcing liquor on a ci immunity that enjoyed prohibition for twelve He said he bad tbe law on his side and could not see why he not commence his bualneaa In people here and there aub ocilbed to see that he took no more than the supreme court gave In the evening the committee of 100 rep Tied to a public maMing of four or five thousand Toe subscription was greatly increased and resolutions Parly Not Rlronnly Dmwn on Final Hill OarK u ibo Com mltlm on Coktt or Mli or impur Hone euued Id the and Oonlp CUtoered About Matluaul the jour nal had been approved Bland moved to reconsider the vote by which the and nays bad been ordered on Hc Kinleys motion to reconsider Blands appeal from the apeakera de cision yesterday declining to entertain hla motion to take the sliver bill from the speakers Blands motion to reconsider was lost The roll was then called on Mc Slnlevs motion to table and it for of Illinois ritiag to a question of said that the jour nal showed that he was present and re fused to rote when the administration customs bill wag when as a mat ter of fact he was in The regular older being drmmded the speaker said that the quMim had been discussed yesterday a to the oondltii n ot ihe bill he silver oillj which had been referred by the speaker and the record of which In the j urual had not been con curred in by the had been said to be The rules rt quired that such bills be and a tuttment to that effect ahould be put in the journal and The statement was made and he house saw dt not to permit it to be come a part of the left a somewhat difficult question as to the status of the Individually the chair believed as did the gentleman from Iowa I Conger that the refusal to record a fact did not obliterate tho fact Tbe action of the house might have m an other motive that It would give Its sanc tion to a record In a joint action which It desired to and while it might seem to tbe cbair that some definite ac tion should be taken by the bouse yet ai the gentlemen might have par lamentary law did to be an ex act Laughter and applause on the Democrat The desired to give the bouae all proper opportunity for the transaction of buslnesi which It might de subject to the The reference was made in accordance with a whlob bad prevailed ever since the estab lishment of the The chair be lieved that the senate amendment to the liver bill came within the purview of rule which prescribed that any amendment ma e by the senate to any house bill must be con sidered first iu committee of the if it would have been so liable had it originated In the Tbe senate Amendments to this bill struct out the first section and substituted another section containing no words of appropri ation and proposing a different line of towit The faahioning of sliver bars and the coining ot all the silver pre instead of tho purchase of sliver This and other substitutions were plainly new propositions requiring consideration in committee of tbe The chair was of the opinion that the bill should be referred totbecomml tee passed informin rty own gallpropei era and citizens that they would be held responsible for any aid or encouragment extended any original package Chaw County June Chase county Republican couveutlou in structed for Harrison Kelley for con gress and enthusUstioally endorsed Governor Humphrey and Senator I Delegates to the atate convention are Tomlinson and on from the provision of tbe rule that all proposed legislation mutt be referred to a certain Un der these circumstances and in conform ity with themselves the chair announced to the bouse that the bill been re was now to the commit tee on weighM and An appeal could be taken if the house desired to express he judgment upon tbe of immediately appealed and proceeded to argue that the appropriating clause In tho original house bill and tbe bill as It came from tbe sea ate were similar in terms and and that tbe bill was not subject to ref erencato the r com of the Besides he held that the point was made too of declared that tbe silver bill was tbe only one which had been subject to this kind of treat Peters of said that all general appropriation bills too the same Springer denied the statement and challenged the speaker or anyone else to produce a single similar There was an attempt to revolutionize tbe themselves revolutionary In con The Republicans and their speaker were dodging the silver ques Crisp of Georgia said that It waa evident that there waa a deliberate Inten tion to prevent a direct vote on this ques Cannon of Illinois fortbe full Bit use of both gold and But the question here was one of rules adopted by tne votee of the gentleman from Califor nia Morrow and the gentleman from Oregon of It the committee on rules had notgugged the majority in thia The gentleman U always being It would take a barrel of Ipacac to gag Laughter Perkins said tuat there wan a pur pose cot to secure free but to force through a measure that the presi dent would be obliged to The Democratic party would wreck the busi ness Interests of tbe country if in so doing they could advance tbe Interests of tire Democratic He V waa a free coin age fDerlaiveV1 laughter on Demo pint of Democratic waij enjoying tbe forbidden tne emw Vopnlation of BMIBU KAMBAS Juns super of tbe census at Kanaaa a night from complete from the tbe population of that city to be cratic He represented a free coin age but constituency did not tond IrfWaWw vote that tbe speaker was wrong he acting undor the and to vote that tbe Jour nal should contain a IlK Henderson of up the urgent deflolenc June a until 8 Kansas Fair continued high except tlightiy eooliV In northern Kaatu Motherly y srpropl l that had t 11 as an Instance of a bill that had taken tbnaame courte the silver bill In the matter of sought to put a but Mr Henderson waved him off with ai m Continuing said lie wanted illvec Hedldnot frta tnt
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